Konstantina Kastoriadou is currently pursuing her BA degree in Balkan, Slavic, and Oriental Studies at the University of Macedonia, Greece. During her internship at the UNESCO Chair of the University of Macedonia, she conducted an in-depth study of the migration and asylum policies implemented by the European Union. Additionally, she has received certification as a researcher from the Jean Monnet Chair Institute in Athens, following her research on “Hungary’s stance on contemporary issues related to refugee and immigration law, along with the corresponding judgments of the CJEU.” Beyond her academic pursuits, Konstantina holds a strong passion for art and philosophy. Her research interests encompass a broad spectrum, with a primary focus on the state and evolution of democracy in Europe and other regions. Her thesis explores the definition of populism, with an examination of Latin American and Western populist movements.
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What surrounds the 2024 European elections? ECPS – Voice of Youth. October 14, 2023.